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Entice Me Back: How Core Loops drive Re-Engagement – Amy Jo Kim

We become habitual users of games , apps and services when they hit that singular “sweet spot” of opportunity, need fulfillment and social context. My son, for example, NEEDED to be on Myspace, then Facebook – and now Snapchat. His daily … In my next 3 posts, I'll explain these design rules in more detail, illustrated with examples from Minecraft, Lumosity, Duolingo, Facebook. Twitter, Instagram, and Clash of Clans. In the meantime, please share your thoughts

The most awesome addicting game i found online

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Friendster Switching Gears, Focusing on Social Gaming

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Restaurant City by Playfish

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Playfish: Games on Social Networks (BB Video Games Interview Series)

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Lightspeed Venture Partners » Game mechanics applied to social …

One often repeated game design adage is “easy to learn, hard to master“. This is true of the best social media sites. At Myspace you quickly learn that the game is to get the most friends. At Piczo you quickly learn that the game …

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